Steeped in Bitcoin History Fetches $500K on NFT Market OpenSea

The latest epidemic in the hot market for non-fungible tokens (NFTs) is probably an old series built around frog pepe memes everywhere.
Tokens known as “rare pepes” were created as digital trading cards by blockchain pioneers primarily focused on Bitcoin in the mid-2010s and traded using a niche platform known as counterparties. rice field.
Encouraged by the increasingly flashing NFT price tags, some RarePepe collectors have begun to reconfigure digital maps to work on the Ethereum blockchain using a long-standing software protocol called Emblem Vault. .. Next, list these rare “wrapped” pepe for sale in NFT’s main market, OpenSea, and make a wise profit.
Recently, at least one rare pepe of 149.99 Ethereum (ETH, 1.40%) has been handed over and is worth about $ 500,000 at the current price. Another copy was sold at 111.1 ETH early Monday. Such prices will result in net sales of less than $ 1 million for some CryptoPunk and Bored Ape Yacht Club NFTs, but industry executives say that Rare Pepes will eventually be due to its historical importance. I’m guessing that we can make even more profits.
“One of the things we’ve seen is that these rare pepes highs have doubled or tripled in the last two weeks, especially the capital of OpenSea, and more generally the Ethereum blockchain. “Because you have access to,” Shannon Code, co-founder of Emblem Vault, said in an interview with CoinDesk.
According to OpenSea, digital trading cards sold for $ 500,000 were deployed as 300 cards in September 2016. There is an image of the green flesh of Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto, which Newsweek reported as the inventor of Bitcoin in 2014, but he denied it.

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